This is the third article in a three-part series analyzing key developments in the area of biometric privacy that took place in 2021, as well as what companies can expect in 2022. Part one took a look back at the major developments of 2021 and the current legal landscape as it exists as we enter 2022. Part two explored what companies can expect in the biometric privacy arena over the next year. And part three offers tips and strategies for companies to maintain compliance with both current and anticipated biometric privacy laws based on lessons learned to date.

2021 added a number of new, complex wrinkles to the landscape of biometric privacy—and companies can expect to see more of the same in 2022.